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that starts on january 1. >> google stock soars. what is contributing to its success. >> we all have the sunshine today, but we have the haves and have notes when it comes to heat. walnut creek, 80 for a high. check out richmond, only 61. mid 50s, will this trend continue through the weekend? your answer coming up in your seven-day forecast. >> if you feel the need to scare yourself, come on down to san jose. we are live at one of the largest haunted houses in the bay area. coming up. ,,,,, it's a painting easel! the tide's coming in! this is my favorite one. it's upside down. oh, sorry. (woman vo) it takes him places he's always wanted to go. that's why we bought a subaru. way from its i-p-o price o >>> a milestone for google today. its stock closed above $1,000 a share. that's a long way from its ipo price of $84 back in 2004. len ramirez looks at what is behind this silicon valley giant's surge. >> from outward appearances, it seemed to be another beautiful day at the googleplex, but inside, everyone had to be feeling, or a lot richer. google stock surged up 13% and for the firs
things along. >> google is also set to open at record highs after it reported strong quarter live results. >> china's economy rebounding to the tune of 7.8% growth for the world's second largest economy. >> and shares of chi polt up sharply on a jump in traffic. i could have told you that one from the lines i see. >> the s&p is poised to open at new all-time highs. morgan stanley chairman and ceo james gorman will be a guest on "squawk on the street" in the 11:00al eastern hour. let's start with ge. a margin story that has been promised all year long, 120 basis points. >> i think that was terrific. on top of the 50 basis points in the second quarter. things are getting better, industrial margin guides i think is very doable. oil and gas, i thought that would have been stronger. wait till that kicks in. power and water very, very good. this was the quarter we've all been waiting for. >> really? >> yes. >> this was the one? >> yeah. >> okay. >> just making sure. >> don't be so skeptical. this is a good quarter. >> order growth 18 versus 4 in q2, u.s. growth 20 versus 18 in q2. >> no flies.
are >>> an exclusive club, google shares break $1,000 making it only the second stock in the s&p ever to do so. but what is it about google that's so important to your portfolio and your everyday life. >> market milestones, numbers are staggering, 20% of the s&p 500 hitting 52-week highs and the index itself at another new record but if earnings growth is tepid, why are stocks growing. >>> fixing, and reselling homes is back and sop of the biggest returns are coming in just one segment of the market. we have that and more tonight on "nightly business report" for this friday, october 18th. >>> good evening everyone and welcome. stocks end an exhausting up and down but mostly up week with some impressive gains and another all-time closinghe s&p google shares have gone where few stocks have ever gone before breaking through the $1,000 a share barrier, the stock closed at $1,011, up 14% after blowout profits profits we reported yesterday. google is the top search engine and yahoo and youtube powers smart phones but there is a lot more to the company and where it sees growth in the
, google, chipotle and morgan stanley. that does it for us. have a great weekend. follow me on twitter. "power" starts now. >> "halftime" is over. the second half of your trading day gyps now. >> record-breaker, s&p 500 all-time highs again today. how should you play it? advice for you throughout the hour. another record breaker here. google, the stock passes $1,000 a share. how this giant makes money and what its problems will be down the line. after two record breakers, plain old broken. more glitches and problems with obama care. did the gop miss the boat. instead of talking the costs, should they have pointed to the glitches? sue is out and tyler at the nyse. >> all right. thank you very much. the big story this hour still the s&p 500. in record breaking territory. there it sits at 1740.86. now, there is one way to buy this s&p very cleanly or there are several actually, but one of the cleanest is the spider. the spy, and there you see that it is up about 22.22% year to date. bob, deuces are wild on that one. >> show you the many ways you can own the s&p 500. you can slice and dice
>> told you, this market just wants to go up. and today it gets an assist, a big one. google, to the moon. good morning, everyone. just look at this thing go today. wall street loved its financial report and the stock is taking off. so are the other big name technology companies and that's helping the whole market. check your 401(k) and smile. here is another assist. opinion from justin about all sides that ben and then janet will keep printing a ton of money. spend it, borrow it, print it, stocks going up again. all right. i hate to be a spoiler, but it's not all sweetness and light. more trouble for obamacare. "varney & company" is about to begin. thank you orville and wilbur... ...amelia... neil and buzz: for teaching us that you can't create the future... by clinging to the past. and with that: you're history. instead looking behind... delta is looking beyond. 80 thousand of us investing billions... in everything from the best experiences below... to the finest comforts above. we're not simply saluting history... we're making it. i need a newn't investment pn. i need to
and lifted the highest, the cost of 1,000 a day in an all time high. 1,015 for google, the internet search engine reported its best profit growth in more than a year. if we reported this yesterday, and the smartest tech people around. the market absolutely believes that. and you heard charlie gasparino say yesterday's that he was expecting morgan stanley to smash a out of the ball park. that was the son is absolutely fabulous excellent reporting and the words of insiders like james gorman, particularly at the recent days as he charged down hallways at morgan stanley. shares of morgan stanley moving higher by $0.72, 2%-in, not bad at $29.64. a two year-earlier in the the. we will bring charlie down here a little later. charlie moved around the holidays blurting out things about morgan stanley. he will bullard out more. he has fought on morgan and goldman which he articulated a couple the isabella of the new york times and every other business network. he is helping investors lose you mix and really. traders make people money every the. the cme group and the dax with nicole petallides
hours alone. we got blowing numbers from chipotle, google, schlumberger, general electric, food, tech, oil, service, the industrial. plus on top of the amazing financial numbers we got this week from capital one, american express with the notable exception of ibm, this has been the best earnings season i can recall in years. and that's contrary to what you have heard. but i'm in the thick of it. that's what i'm seeing. you know what i think it continues next week. it is my fervent hope, though, we get a down draft. if only because i don't like to chase after this week's outstanding performance, we are most certainly chasing if we buy at these levels. you know what, though, maybe we will get that selloff. my reasoning, did you know that good friday once fell on a monday? of course, that good friday was a horse, it collapsed in a steeple chase in the u.k. in '46. well, next week, the friday labor report falls on a tuesday! and i think it will give us an opportunity we need to buy some high-quality earnings stories at lower levels because of a strong jobs number, meaning one thing, one t
. the earnings per share. we got glowing numbers from chipotle, google, schlumberger, general electric, food, tech, oil service. that's on top of the amazing financial numbers from capital one, american express with the exception of ibmi this has been, i'm going to pronounce it, the best earnings season i can recall in years. it is my hope we get a downdraft. only because i don't like to chase it after this week's performance, we are chasing if we buy at these levels. you know what, though, maybe we'll get that selloff. did you know that good friday once fell on a monday? of course, that was a horse, it collapsed in the race in the uk in '46. well, next week the friday labor report falls on a tuesday. . i think it'll give us the opportunity we need to buy high-quality earnings stories at lower levels because of a strongs jobs number meaning one and only thing one that will send the market lower. you'll hear the talk about a taper, less bond buying. with know parts of the economy are weak. i believe that home sales have taken a turn south. we're going to find out when we get existing home sal
. >> google se pone dulce .>> azuar, lia cruz al mundial, el pijo di estar optimista. >> estamos pensan 100% en 180 nutos, estamos eguros, baja bajaremos del aviÓn con la fe c felicidad de entregar beuenas u cuentas al paÍs. >> hrrrera seguro que lalista estÁn gran parte de aeÉrica. >> como hoy nacio la desparecida celia cruz que abrio puertas a c cientos de artstas latinos. >> el cumpleaÑo 88, google vi t visitaro por 6 millÓnes de pe o personas al dÍa le rindio un i ibuto. >>♪ . >> tal mo dice la canciÓn aun despuÉs de su partida celia cruz tÁ vivia. >> en mi corazÓn estÁ siempre. >> google el busado de intnet mÁs usado en el mundo inicia con bosquejo, algo que tom por sorpresa a empleados. >> a un secreto. >> google mantiene en secreto el diseÑo de la pagina. >> na figuraimportante en la muÚca ya cultura latina aquÍ en estadounidenss unidos. >> la intensiÓn es hacerlo el 16 de julio, peor no fue posible y se pos puso para el cumpleaÑ. >> maravilloso. perfecto, estÁlindo. >> sin duda el legado de celia c cruz sigue presnete y siguen v v vivo como parte de la cu
google is -- >> to put it in context remember that google has been accused of helping the u.s. ash the nsa spy on internet users. this is a glowing article about google. basically they tried to help internet users in oppressive countries like iran and china have more online freedom. internet users say in china and syria can swap online identities with someone in the west. google users a browser extension that uses a proxy to do this. they swapped online identities. they call it a social networking tool. so let's look at what it is -- it lets people in the west to use google behind the censorship wall. >> flo, thank you very much. >> in football, the world cup playoffs, the european qualifying section was made on monday with france facing two- leg tie. it will have home advantage in the second leg. >> i don't know if it is the best draw we could have got. it could have been worse, that is true. we could have drawn countries like portugal, croatia, or greece, who know how to play in international levels. when you take that into account ukraine's have less experience and are not as we
google yourself, and one day you typed in your name. and the unthinkable happened. >> i typed in my full name. and there was a website link, and it had explicit images of me, and i thought it was spam, but i clicked on it anyway, and up popped a nude gallery of photos of me, and above the gallery was posted my full name and the city and the state where i live in very big, bold letters. and i was shocked, i was floored, i lost my breath. i was mortified, absolutely mortified. >> and you came to find out that allegedly, the fellow that you were dating, posted these, and also posted pictures of other women? >> yes, there are at least nine women in my town. their photos are posted as well and i called most of them and told them that their photos are up. and 99% of them are too embarrassed to deal with it, but i haven't heard back from them. it's really tragic >> is revenge porn abuse? >> it absolutely is. we're looking at a situation where someone takes the most intimate radios and photographs of you and uses them to shame and punish and humiliate you, and it's a breach of confidentiality an
the close. it's google. google reporting third quarter earnings. remember, it missed analyst estimates on revenue and profit last quarter, it's got a lot of wind at its back. a lot of excitement around that company at the moment. right now google is down about $9.26, just a percent. we'll be watching it and getting you those numbers after the bell. let's get back to washington, because it continues to be a huge part of what's going on in you, the investor, in your mind, but part of the new debt deal calls for the creation of a bipartisan budget committee with members from both the house and the senate. so what's this new committee's job, and can lawmakers find enough common ground this time around to prevent another battle the likes of what we just saw, rich? >> reporter: well, liz, congressional aides are skeptical they can resolve some differences, but when you talk about this new committee, this is actually a concept that's constitutionally what we're supposed to be doing on capitol hill. the house passes a budget, the senate passes a budget, and they're supposed to create a confere
to be able to run. >> how google just entered into an elite club joining exclusive members like priceline and berkshire hathaway. >> minutes away from a spectacular sunset over the bay area. there's a look from berkeley. lawrence livermore lab showing you a greattion. we'll talk about how much sunshine you will get over the weekends and beyond coming up. >> kill him, kill him, kill him. >> coming up at 6:30 how a gang is tied to a suspect just charged in a high-profile bay area murder. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, a right turn on to bryant st from 11th stre >>> a bicyclist is dead after getting hit by a muni bus this morning. this happened as the bugs was making a right turn on bryant street from 11th as the bus made the turn. the san francisco police say it's too early to determine who exactly was at fault. officers interviewed many of the 30 people on the bus and police also plan to check to see if any of the bus's videocameras recorded what happened. >> at this point we are getting a lot of conflicting reports. so it's too early to say exactly what happened for sure. but we'll continue to work with
up 8 points. as i mentioned, names hitting record, also take a look at google which impress investors as it crossed the $1000 mark. it is pretty fun to watch across that level earlier this morning. trading at an all-time high of 1007 and change. that is a great run therefore google which has had a wonderful run year to date. overall the market is looking pretty good, other names that have been hitting some highs, chipotle mexican grill. overall a winning day as we wrap it up. next week the first of our jobs report. now that the government is open again, we can get those pieces of information, key information. back to you. lori: debuting $85 per share now over 1000. how times have changed. the s&p 500 as we are reporting off of the 27th record close coming off this year to new all-time highs today, intraday highs once again. chief market strategist for lpl financial. welcome to the show, jeff. how are you positioning today? finally the job report for the month of september. jeff: the words of new all-time highs, get used to seeing them. you will see them between now and the year-end. i
, everybody, welcome back to the "closing bell." i'm maria bartiromo. s&p 500 at an all-time high. google earnings powering the s&p 500. dow jones up 25 points to 15,39 6. volume picked up as well at the end of the day. nasdaq higher by 51 points. technology on the upside. google among others. and standard & poor's highest ever, 1744, up 11 points on the standard & poor's. another record day for the s&p. broader averages posting the best weekly gains since july. bob pisani, what a week on the heels of a government shutdown. >> new highs and good volume the last several days. today was an expiration day, maria. new highs with expanded volume. that's a great confirmation for the strength of the market. new highs not just on the s&p 500. take a look. several major indices. dow transport, historic high. russell 2000, historic high. s&p 400 midcap, historic highs. every time something falls down, another sector moves forward. financials were weak earlier in the year. now they're market leaders. health care comes to the fore. if materials drop off, energy comes to the fore. market keeps rotatin
but the real story on the street is what you'll find if you google "google" today. >>> the buried lead. drones are not just for killing targets thousands of miles away anymore. forget the benz and the rolex. private drones are the new status symbol. i will take one for a test flight. >>> the pop culture lead. it's an unflinching look at the horrors in america's past. the reviews are stellar across the board for 12 years of slaves but will audiences find it too hard to watch? >>> good afternoon, everyone. welcome to "the lead." i'm jake tapper. we'll begin with a new lead today, the money lead. the closing bell just moments ago on wall street. considering the few weeks leading up to now and the threat to our economy that congress just barely avoided by raising the debt ceiling, i think i speak for many of us when we say we needed this. the dow finishing the day more than 20 points up which may not be huge but is way above where we thought it might be and way above where it was hovering the middle of the week. the s&p 500 is a real story, surging into record territory for a second day. you hear
e despuÉs de 30 aÑos. >> google le celebra a celia u cruz, la ediciÓn lunes comuienz ya. >> hola que tal buenas tardes comenzamos en mÉxico donde los o ojos estÁn en el huracan raimand que estÁ en categoria 3 esta los proximos dos dÍas. >> causara daÑos es extenso se m mueve con lentitud y tiene agua y vientos destructores. >> ahÍ en el orizonte estÁ rai o raimond, hace un mes estuvimos en la tormenta manuel, ahora es un huracÁn cateogigoria tres, vs a ver la historia. >> el pronostÓstico es que rad d avanza a menos de 10 kilomoeetr por hora, de inmediato son eva u evacuadas por el riesgo de de a desldesl deslave. >> se cierra el puerto de nav a navegacionciÓn.aqu. >> aquÍ en guerrero aun hay he i heridas de manuel. >> las lluvias y los vientos j dejaron a mÁs de 50 mil personas damnificadas y mÁs de 50 pers a personas mueririeron por ingrid. >> estamos en una zona no apta p par a la viviena. >> en raimond se encuentra pr t practicamente estacionado en c pacifico a 200 kilometros desde guatanejo, y la alrlerta va d a acapulco a michuacan, el gobi n gobierno
for intel and then google. >> intel a b grade, maybe b plus. if we look at yahoo, we have to give them probably an a minus to the extent the audience is growing and the challenge for the ceo marissa mayer is the audience. >> google, i think it comes out on the 17th. >> yes, so google led out the close sunday, weakness as far as revenue growth. they have been doing things to improve the search quality, which may have slowed activity in the third quarter but investors should look to the strong year-end shopping season, which is typically in the fourth quarter. >> and microsoft coming out next week. tell us what you're expecting there and this has been a really volatile year for microsoft stock. is it a buy at 34? >> at 34, we think microsoft is still very attractive. there are a number of things that work in microsoft's favor fundamentally. the growth in terms of cloud computing. microsoft is coming in as a strong contender in that area, strong reception for the products and office 365. and if we look at what is going on in terms of microsoft from a governance standpoint, they before l b
. is it the google version? > >it's not the google version. you gotta remember sergey brin, who founded google was a russian emigre. so this is going back to the source of that. yandex is a great stock. it is the search engine of russia and you gotta remember the russian language gives you a barrier. people tell me that the yandex search engine---the actual technology of the search engine is better than google. it's more efficient than google, it can find more stuff than google, it's faster than google. i don't know this but i'm told this. and they are growing---they are a billion dollar company now. they're growing 500 million dollars a year---50% growth. so this company can go a long ways. it's a $40 stock today. we know google's almost 1000. so go figure with 250-300 million russian speaking people whether this is the competitor to google. i don't know. > >good to have you here. come back soon. > >thank you. coming up.... why homebuyers are rushing to seal deals before the start of the new year. and later time to buy or sell the duds of the dow. we'll be right back. hey did you kn
of the economic shutdown. the jobs report is now due on tuesday. >>> and investors are going gaga over google. the internet giant posts first quarter earnings that easily beat forecast. >> so welcome to the first hour of "worldwide exchange." here we are, just an hour into the european session and around about 7 to 2. the ftse yesterday was just up 4 points. we close at 6,576. we saw the dow fairly flat. that's giving us a bit more of a boost on the ftse. up 0.25%. the xetra dax up 0.1r5%. cac 40 up 0.3% and the ftse mib is down 0.1%. google is posting its best profit growth in more than a year reporting earnings. but a full in the prices paid for each click. google stock in frankfurt, up 7%. angela merkel down 2% today. it's talking about third quarter copper production, which jumped 32% year on year. but the british based multi national reported a full in iron ore output. loreal is up nearly 2%. it's followed confirmation that the business is in talks to buy two of japan's french companies and its french stocks investors appear to have backed a cause organization, kelly, up around 4%. this
of happy people in mountain view today. google shares have gone over $1,000. it's the first time that happened since the search engine giant went public at $85 a share some 9 years ago. so why the surge? kcbs financial reporter jason brooks joins us live to tell us why. >> reporter: certainly good news for all those early investors who held on to their google stock all throughout the nine years but you can chalk up this gain today to its blockbuster 3rd quarter as its profits shot higher by 36% to more than $2.9 billion revenue up 12% to 14.9 billion. the company continues to benefit as more people start to view things on the internet with mobile devices. youtube, 40% of its traffic came from mobile devices compared to 25% a year ago just 6% two years ago. now, advertising dollars are a little bit lower on mobile advertising. but google is getting quite a bit of that compared to other internet players out there. the owe key for google it's diversified. it has hardware, software, clouse services -- cloud services, all sorts of things that are allowing the company to grow. right no
. the dow down about ten points. blame ibm. get ready. here comes google's earnings as we get ready for the second hour of the "closing bell." >>> look at that. it's a fresh closing high for the s&p 500. the dow jones industrial average just shy of turning positive after being down triple digits at the open. welcome to the "closing bell." kelly evans in for maria bartiromo. bill griffith with me. two greens. a far different picture than how things looked a few hours ago this morning. dow down by a couple points. nasdaq turning around, posting a gain of about 20 points. s&p 500, bill, up two-thirds of 1% for the session, i do believe. 1732. that's going to be a fresh closing high. >> that will be a new all time high for the s&p. big blue weighing down the dow, though. bob pisani, back to business on wall street. earnings back to center stage where it belongs. >> absolutely. this is our comfort zone, folks. not washington politics. let's take a look. bill's right. new high. by the way, closing high, too. 1725.52 is the old closing high on the s&p. and we did it again. by the way, thou
sweetener. still to come: checking the charts on google. is the tech titan ready to make a run to $1,000? plus, a legendary horror film gets a second run at the box office. can it "creep" into the number one spot? and as one congressional fight wraps up...bill moller takes us inside a " new" battle on capitol hill. first business continues, right after this. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ today was deadline day - the day the united states, because of political intransigence, almost fell into default. that isn't going tohappen today. americans had been bracing for big plunges in their 401-ks and other retirement and investment funds. let's talk with paul stevens. he is president and ceo of investment company institute - the national association of mutual funds & other investment companies. millions of people have trillions of dollars in their retirement funds. they're very shaky even with the fact that at least we've passed this bullet for now. what can you say to comfort them? > >well, first they're not uniquely at risk. this is such a big deal that anyone who saves---anyone who invests--- any
because of what happened last week with google and also ge in the industrial space. but it seems like we're gonna see a little bit more of the financials and materials come out this week so that will be the most volatile asset class going forward this coming week. > >have a good trading week. > >thank you. the next chapter of the great budget debate begins this week on capitol hill. our job is over the next 8 week is to find out what we can agree on and we have agreed we are going to look at everything in front of us. i wanna have a budget that works for the country, i want to have a budget agreement that gets this deficit under control. the newly formed budget panel of top leaders from the house and senate-- faces 3 deadlines. spending recomendations by december 15th. funding the government beyond january 15th and raising the debt ceiling by february 15th. president obama is promisng to stay on the sidelines as congress deals with the budget. the gop took a hit from last week's battle on the hill over the deficit and the government shutdown. usa today reports: during the july to septemb
with you. with earnings as tepid as they have been, notwithstanding google, which we'll get to in a minute, earnings have been relatively tepid. my question is has the market gotten a little ahead of itself? >> yeah, probably not. and i think the answer goes to monetary policy, tyler, and not to the fundamentals. when you're shoving this much money into a market at the pace of $85 billion a month out of the federal reserve and we now have with janet yellen, our new monetary mamma in place, it's the most dovish fed i've seen in my career. money is going to keep coming in. there's a backstop, there's support and i think you're going to continue to see multiples to expand. are prices high? yeah, up 60% off the 2009 lows. that's high. so stocks aren't cheap. investors should be careful. but i think in this environment, they can go higher. >> and yet, michael, i'm sure that monetary mamma is going to be generous. 9 but aren't you expecting a meaningful correction in the next few months? >> i've been so dead wrong about this, mandy, i said last year that -- i did. we haven't had one in 12 months
to be hard. you came from google. you were there from the beginning. effortlessly gets praise. to a company that had really hard years, you probably have to fight harder than ever to get any attention on these products. sometimes.e fun >> i like hard work and i love google and was there for 13 years. i am as happy if not happier at yahoo!. it is a phenomenal experience. hard work, but i love hard work and i love big challenges. a big challenge, but i have got a great group of people we both assembled and were there already . we are really rising to the challenge. it has been inspiring to be a part of that. >> do you think this crowd is the crowd you can get back to your products? are you starting with mobile on that? >> i will start. pc,ou count mobile, weather, mail, fantasy football, everything, how many people have been to yahoo! in the past month? it looks like it is about half or more than half. in many cases, i would argue we have not lost a users. we just want more of their time and attention. we can get great tools that can help. figuring out how people spend their time. some of wha
. neil: let's switch gears to yahoo!, it performing. it topped google in web site visits for a third straight month, but google stop is more than a thousand bucks a share, and yahoo! not close to a hundred, what the heck? >> yahoo! is a destination site. google can a utility. look at this number, 10 times more click through on ads than google. you go to google, more people clicking on ads than facebook. that is a big deal. and also google is you know diversifying into phones, they give away android operating system to get customers at htc and samsung, a brilliant move. neil: all right, but for one of the clicks should warn more respect than they get but they never get it. >> well overall, yahoo! sales growth, there is not any. that has to change, that is why -- yahoo! stock has done well but not as google. bottom line, digital ad revenue for going to sell 11 times more than -- google is 11 times more than yahoo! there is your number, if yahoo! can get going as far as revenue front it is get going too. ♪ rock a by baby. neil: time for our night cap. >> you know we talk to the former
: people literally getting paid twice. thank you. dagen: the s&p making a record run. and look at google go. nicole has the latest on the new york stock exchange. nicole: remember when is it going gaga for google. you noticed the s&p 500 record all-time high. today, you probably did not expect today to be the day you hit an all-time high after all of what we said on washington. the partial government shutdown and reopen again. there is the s&p 500 up 1 quarter of 1%. up 22% this year. nasdaq on track for the six weekly gain in seven weeks. over the last three months, the nasdaq up 7%. google and morgan stanley helping to lift the sentiment as we noted. $1000 trading as high as 1046 after its quarterly report. back to you. connell: we will spend a few minutes talking about the stock market. where it is, where it is going. should you be long, should you be short. the 27th record close this year. wall street continues to trade record territory. that said our first guest says the speculative easy money market is going to come crashing down. bill fleckenstein joins us now. we have not had you on
, for example, soon you'll be able to do it without even leaving your home. google hired someone to walk the cemetery foot by foot. it is part of the company's mission to capture every nook and cranny of the earth on camera. maria joins us now. >> reporter: google has been doing this, going to places hard to reach. you can't go to them by car. they use these devices. they hire people who use these backpacks with this device on top. it has 15 cameras all around it. when you stitch these images all together you get panoramic 360-degree view. this is from the colorado river, the views from the black bridge, arizona, the grand canyon. if you like to go underwater go to wilson island, the great barrier reef in australia. soon google will be showing you panoramic views of the arlington national cemetery. they've hired people go to the cemeteries and get close up much tombstones. now officials are happy about this because they say this draws attention to the face. thegoogle basically had this dee on a car going through cities all over the world. here you have the upper east side of the metropol
google had glitches. this is more than a glitch. i know that. but i'm going to be going around in the district. we're planning a big enrollm in the november with three members of congress here in houston. we've seen people who said please, this is something i need. so we're not going to give up on this. but the glitch turned into a monster has to be fixed. >> should heads roll? >> i'm unhappy. and i know that the administration is, and i'm going to leave it to the president to be able to make the right decision on how this is fixed and who has to fix it and then what other decisions may be made. i'll listen and determine how we address it. i hope we'll have some constructive discussions and hearings maybe to be helpful. see, i believe in being helpful because there are too many people waiting in line for health insurance. i hope right now, somebody's in a room right now addressing this and won't come out of that room for days and nights to come until they can get this up running. there are too many. people hurting and too many people need health insurance. >> sheila jackson lee
out of love with u.s. treasuries. >>> gaga for google, one of the widely held stocks goes to a high and one things in the earning report that every investor needs to know about. that and more tonight on nightly business report for thursday, october 17th. >>> good evening everyone. washington was open and back to business today, and wall street celebrated big time. the s&p 5 00 closed at a new all-time high and the nasdaq setting a fresh 13-year high and more milestones, the dow transport the small cap russe russerussell 2,000 and more ending at record closes. with the budget and debt ceiling deals wrapped up, investors focused on fundamentals. stronger than expected manufacturing data from the philadelphia federal reserve bank. more on that in a few minutes but first the closing numbers, the dow was the only index in the red that lost two points dragged down by disappointing earnings by three components, ihb, united health care and goldman sachs. the nasdaq rose 23 and s&p added 11 points at the new record close. >>> so was yesterday's deal in washington, all clear for the markets f
to some young athletes, and they are now benefitting from help from one of her charities. >>> plus, google crosses over $1,000 a share for the very first time. we'll take a look coming up in business and tech. >>> and this is bob riddell live in s.f. it's beginning to feel and look like a summertime. we're having some of the best sand sculptors in the world. we'll show you what they're up to in a live report. >>> temperatures still warming back to the 50s and 60s. it's going to be a warm afternoon, and we have lots happening across the bay area. we'll get you to some of the fall festivities coming up after the break. it guides you to a number that will change your life: your sleep number setting. it will give you the soundest sleep you've ever had. it's a bed so intuitive it even knows you by name. the sleep number bed. clinically proven to improve sleep quality. now it's easier than ever to experience deep, restful sleep thanks to our advanced dual air technology. at the simple touch of a button, the sleep number mattress adjusts to your ideal level of comfort and support, with exceptiona
, tom friedman. >>> google is now worth a grand. google shares broke the thousand dollars market this morning. the stock is soaring after it posted strong earnings that blew past expectations. google making almost $3 billion in the quarter, and said clicks on its advertisements jumped 27%. >>> jcpenney says it will open their doors at 8:00 in the evening to kick off the holiday season. macy's too announced it will open on thanksgiving day. >>> do you know what your credit score is? it's something we don't think about until it's too late, trying to buy a home or car. stacey tisdale found one man who couldn't buy a house because his unpaid parking tickets hurt his credit score. >> reporter: about two years ago he would park his car here every thursday. he said the traffic cops were brutal when it came to the meters. >> my time would expire at 7:00 pm and at 7:02, i would come out and he had written me a ticket at 7:01. and it was always the same nigh. >> reporter: he racked up more than a thousand dollars in citations. he contested one alleged violation and lost, and he had had a e
and injured dozens more. >>> switching to other news now. if you know someone who works at google, they're paying for drinks and dinner tonight. >> google has been on a tear for a long time now. if you bought stock on the day it went public, your investment has grown more than 900%. strong earnings last night along with a positive future outlook. google's market value today increased by $40 billion. that's more than the entire market of yahoo. look at these numbers. big gains today for amazon, linked in, and facebook. speaking of stocks, the new york stock exchange it is taking no chances and is preparing for when twitter goes public. >>> well, we are rich in sunshine today. let's check in with the weather. >> it was nice day around the bay area. 58 degrees in san francisco. as we peek out the window, around san bruno mountain, weave be -- we've been looking at the fog. further inland, 70s and 80s still. the sea breeze is starting to take over right now. a northwest wind into san jose at 8. this is where we saw the cooling today. it is a sign of things to come. bigger picture still show
say they were set as a prank. >> google stock topped $1,000. the company's stock shot up 14% closing at $1,011. google released a better than expected earnings report. when google went public the stock was valued at $85 a share. if you bought it at that price, you are doing okay. >>> forget wi-fi. soon you will be able to access the internet through the nearest lamp. it is called li-fi and it uses light instead of radio waves to connect your device to the web. a special connected light bulb would flicker billions of times per second, so fast that the human eye cannot perceive it. a camera on your computer or phone would decode the blinks into data. here is the best news. it is 150 times faster than wi-fi. now there is a drawback. light can't go through walls, swow have to stay in one room while surfing the web. amazing. >>> jc penney is jumping into the thanksgiving day shopping fray. most stores will open at 8:00 p.m. on thanksgiving day to kick off the holiday shopping season. that's the same time macy's announced it will be opening. the stores are following in the foot steps of ot
's website had more unique visitors than google for the third month in a row. but google leads the way when it comes to making money from website visits. google surpasses all others in revenue estimated at $39 billion this year. >>> and new information from the ntsb about the deadly bart strike, why the details are so troubling to the train operators currently on strike. >> and new questions for the family of a woman whose body was discovered in a hospital stairwell. what their attorney is saying about reports someone saw the missing woman days earlier. >> outside our doors, temperatures are running slightly cooler this evening. coming up, whether the trend is going to continue for your tuesday. i'll have the numbers for your neighborhood. >>> labor practices by terminal owners and port of management, and truckers say in 10 years the pay per cargo load has an increase and they say they're often verbally abused by terminal employees. >>> the threat of a strike has workers very worried. at a hearing today, they pleaded to keep the busses rolling. hundreds who attend oakland public schools rel
. the sky's the limit for google's soaring skies. >> and on the subject of the sky, we have the forecast coming up for you in a minute. out of the door this morning, we'll finally see sunshine near the coast later. at 10:00, the mid-50s along the shore and inland is about low 60s. and then warmer from there. the forecast coming up in a moment. on friday, all eyes will ben google stock tomorrow. ,,,, . >>> we're starting out in vacaville. the blue skies out there. sunny day inland and long the shoreline, you can hardly see the bay bridge. ,,,,,,,, on friday, all eyes will ben google stock tomorrow. shares of the mountain v . >>> after a large surge on friday, all eyes will be on google's stock tomorrow. shares of the mountain vow internet giant closed above $1,000. that is a one-day increase of 13%. and that is a long way back from $85 in 2004. the continued success of google is reaffirming the old addage that hard work pays off and sill cop valley can be the land of opportunity. >> to think that if these guys who are in these shoes 15 years ago could create the amazing awesome company, m
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